Well there are lots of similarities and differences.So the differences between a mouse and a dog is that a mouse is really tiny and doesnt bark like a dog.Instead it squeals and squeaks.Mice love cheese and scurrying around being naughty.Dogs like bones and love their owners.
Yes, the word tiny is an adjective., a word that describes a noun. Example: "There was a tiny mouse crawling along the corridor." The adjective tiny is describing the noun mouse. The only case where it isn't an adjective is when it is a proper name. Example: My dog is named Tiny.
Like birds, Pterodactylus and all other pterosaurs had many tiny air sacs in its bones. The air sacs lowered the density of the pterosaur's bones, thus increasing its weight and making it easier for it to fly.
Minuscolo topo is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "tiny mouse." The masculine singular phrase translates also as "minuscule mouse" in English. The pronunciation will be "mee-NOO-sko-lo TO-po" in Italian.